Bury My heart At Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown

The popular notion that the United States of America is “a nation of immigrants” is not merely a misnomer, but it is a euphemism that surreptitiously cloaks what it really is…A EUROPEAN/WESTERN,... Read more »

Cultural Misorientation: The Greatest Threat to the Survival of the Black Race in the 21st Century by Kobi K.K. Kambon

Nobody knows better than Dr. Kobi Kazembe Kalongi Kambon, that the political economy by which a society operates is based on a particular philosophical, cultural imperative, and the best way to dominate... Read more »

Nationbuilding: Theory and Practice in Afrikan Centered Education 2nd ed. by Kwame Agyei Akoto

Kwame Agyei Akoto defines nationbuilding as “the conscious and focused application of our people’s collective resources, energies, and knowledge to the task of liberating and developing the psychic and physical space that... Read more »

Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays In Indigenism, 1995-2005 by Ward Churchill

What does it mean to achieve “progress” within in a settler colonial polity? The question is rhetorical because it can only mean assimilation for the colonized — and to cut through all... Read more »
Conscientization 101 Podcast Ep.045-Dr. Marimba Ani's Yurugu

EP.045: Ideopraxis Series Dr. Marimba Ani’s Yurugu Part 2

We continue our Ideopraxis Series with the conclusion of Dr. Marimba Ani's digitally re-mastered presentation of her critically acclaimed book, Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought And Behavior Read more »
Conscientization 101 Podcast Ep.042-Cyclonious The Revival Pt 2

EP.042: Cyclonious The Revival Part 2

We closeout 2017, 2017 according to the Gregorian/Western calendar, with the conclusion of our two part series, Cyclonious: The Revival. Read more »

Song of Lawino & Song of Ocol by Okot p’Bitek

During his lifetime, Okot p’Bitek was concerned that African nations, including his native Uganda, be built on African and not European foundations. Traditional African songs became a regular feature in his work,... Read more »

Notes Toward Higher Ideals in Afrikan Intellectual Liberation by Mwalimu K. Bomani Baruti

In two in-depth essays, Mwalimu Baruti discusses the problems and solutions to the issues of Afrikan thinkers being validated by Europeans and european institutions and the politics of liberation as practiced by... Read more »

YellowBlack: The First Twenty-One Years of a Poet’s Life by Haki R. Madhubuti

“I realized early that independent economic development for most Black folks is highly restrictive and mainly limited to the ministry, undertaking, hair business, the Black sex trade (pimps and ho’s), the underground... Read more »

African/Black Psychology in the American Context: An- African-Centered Approach by Kobi K. K. Kambon

Kobi K.K. Kambon’s African/Black Psychology in the American Context: An African Centered Approach is an essential read for African people worldwide. He purposely uses the term “African/Black” throughout the book to psychologically... Read more »